This is most certainly not a Charmed book. This is a self-help counselling novel about the pros and cons of having children, with aspects of magic, potions and visions thrown in. Debbie Viguie is more of a counsellor in this book than a fictional writer. She plays out the problems of Piper and Leo extremely well, and from the way she describes Paige listening to a music performance, there is no doubt at all that Viguie can write. But what she forgets is that this is Charmed. She should have focused much more on the magic, the final vanquish, the plot and the enemy. The enemy was a no-brainer, the plot as thin as a report on trigonometrical ratios, the magic nearly nonexistent and the final vanquish being a simple potion. Her ideas are good, of course, but what she lacks is the creativity to put those ideas onto paper. I would recommend this book if you're a woman wanting children, but not if you're a true Charmed fan looking for real action.